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Long Island University
Science/Economics paper by Bock, Julia - Library Science (all papers)
The Hungarian Content in Virtual Access
In my presentation I will talk about electronic access of Hungarian content and how does it change the usage of the library. Accessing electronic sources from all over the world makes possible to build libraries without walls and eliminates borders.
Brief Professional Bio:
Julia Bock was born in Budapest, Hungary. She has been working at Long Island University since September 2005. She completed her studies at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest with master’s degrees in Library Science and History and a Ph.D. in History. Her dissertation dealt with the Minority Problem in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. She worked as a research librarian at the Library of Parliament in Budapest. In the United States she received an MLS degree from Columbia University’s School of Library Science. She held various positions, first with the Special Collection of International Law at NYU’s Law Library as a Document Librarian, than with the Technical Services Department. In 1988 she started to work at the Bakhmeteff Archive at Columbia University as an Assistant Archivist. From 1989 to1994 she worked as a technical service librarian for a major law firm in New York. In 1994 became the Head Librarian of the Leo Baeck Institute, a German Jewish research collection. From 1998 to 2004 was the Head of the Library at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and finally in 2005 she started to work as an Acquisition Librarian at Long Island University Brooklyn Campus. She participated in various professional conferences and held several lectures on wide range of subjects, including history, library software and special collection related matters and published articles and bibliographies. Dr. Bock co-authored two books and wrote several articles.